Sunday Services

Church services at St Paul’s URC are being held remotely.  Details of how to access them can be found below. 

If you have appreciated our online services and would like to donate towards the cost of running our church, please visit our ‘Giving page.

St Paul’s URC services

There are recordings and scripts for recent services led by our minister, Reverend Anthea Wickens, as well as ‘visiting’ preachers.

Copyright details for podcasts and recordings can be found at the bottom of the page.

21 February – Communion Service and elder’s induction led by Reverend Anthea Wickens over Zoom starting at 10:30 am. For details of how to join, contact us or see the members’ page of the web site. Available on our YouTube channel in the evening.

14 February – led by Paul Murphy – script

7 February – led by Reverend Anthea Wickens – worship at home with a podcast, and script:

31 January – led by Reverend Anthea Wickens – joint service with Windsor URC and Egham United Church at 10:30 am. For details of how to join, contact us or see the members’ page of the web site. Available on our YouTube channel in the evening.

24 January – led by Scott Wheeler – worship from home via our YouTube channel streaming from 10:30 am

17 January – Keith Whyte – worship at home with a podcast and script:

Worship leaders in the next few weeks

28 February – Reverend Janet Conway – pre-recorded service available on our YouTube channel from 10:30 am

7 March – Alistair Telfer – podcast

14 March – Reverend Anthea Wickens – Mothering Sunday

21 March – Reverend David Witts

Other URC services

The United Reformed Church offers daily and Sunday worship.  The United Reformed Church web site provides Daily Devotions.  These are also available by email.  On the same page, there are United Reformed Church Sunday services via podcasts or email.

Church Services

Our Sunday services usually begin at 10.30 am. Creche facilities are available for young children, there is also junior church for older children, and tea, coffee and biscuits are always on offer afterwards

Our Communion service is usually held on the third Sunday of each month

Copyright and licences

Podcasts and recorded services are produced by permission:
CCLI 7693 + streaming 1125910; PRS LOML LE-0020629; PRS LM LM-0068615.

Bible readings from the New International Version. Copyright notice: The Holy Bible, New International Version® NIV ® Copyright © 1973 1978 1984 2011 by Biblica, Inc TM Used by permission, All rights reserved worldwide.

Copyright for podcast on 7 February

‘All things bright and beautiful’: words by Cecil F Alexander, music by Monk, arr McPhee, Performance Choir of Paisley Abbey & Alexander Anderson & George McPhee. Recording © The Decca Recording Company Limited, Palace Music Co Ltd.

‘I walk by faith’: words and music Chris Falson © 1990 Maranatha! Praise; performance by Ncompass © 2004.

Copyright for 17 January

Service prepared by: Keith Whyte; Editor: Naomi Baldwin.  Introduction and reading by  Lewin Cox.

Music and performances:

“All People That On Earth Do Dwell”. Words by William Kethe, music (‘Old Hundredth’) by Louis Bourgeois, arr. by Charles Smart. ©Public domain. Used by permission. Performed by The McCarthy Singers & USAF Protestant Chapel Choir, West Ruslip & The Kingsway Symphony Orchestra & Charles Smart for ‘Abide With Me – 50 favourite Hymns’. ℗ The Decca Recording Company Limited, Palace Music Co Ltd.

“The Lord’s My Shepherd”. Words by Francis Rous, Music (Crimond) by Jessie Seymour Irvine, ad. By William Whittingham. ©Public domain. Used by permission. Performed by Huddersfield Choral Society and Wyn Morris for ‘Abide With Me – 50 favourite Hymns’. ℗ The Decca recording Company Limited, Palace Music Co Ltd.

“Love Divine, All Loves Excelling” Words and music by Charles Wesley, arr. by John Stainer. Used by permission. ©1968 The Jubilate Group. Performed by The Choir of Kings College Cambridge, Richard Farnes and Stephen Cleobury for ‘Abide With Me – 50 Favourite Hymns’. ℗ The Decca Recording Company Limited, The Choir of Kings College Cambridge and Richard Farnes and Stephen Cleobury.